Water Parks in Singapore

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Top Waterparks in Singapore

Singapore ranks within the top five family vacation destinations in the world. Among museums, restaurants and parks, Singapore’s waterparks are a must visit. Known to be especially crowded during the summer months, its waterparks are designed with varying themes. The answer to your adrenaline rush, these waterparks have a ride for everyone. Ranging from an underwater rollercoaster to a giant water slide, Singapore’s waterparks are a fun-filled addition to your vacation.

Here is the list of 9 Water Parks in Singapore

1. Adventure Cove Waterpark

4.0 /5

Get away from the heat at the Adventure Cove Waterpark in Resorts World Sentosa. The place is bustling with activity and alive with new experiences. The park is not only home to several forms of marine life but also of thrilling water rides that make every individual's heart pump. It also has a lot of fun activities and rides for children.

2. Wild Wild Wet

2.5 /5

Wild Wild Wet, Singapore's largest water park, opened with a big splash in 2004. Since then, it has been a huge hit amongst the locals. This park is home to some of the best water rides that Singapore, or in some cases Asia, has to offer. The waterpark is therefore known for its water rides and the amount of thrill seekers it attracts.

3. Port Of Lost Wonder

2.4 /5

Port of Lost Wonder is a popular children's waterpark located on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It is a sought-after place to visit amongst tourists, as well as the locals, to enjoy a day out with family, and is the perfect destination for families with small children between the ages 3 years to 10 years old.

4. Gardens by the Bay

5.0 /5

Recently added to the list of tourist attractions of Singapore, Gardens by the Bay is a unique concept that is quickly grasping the attention of the visitors. This man-made garden is a perfect way to escape the hustle bustle of the city. Situated opposite to Marina Bay Sands, one can witness a magnificent view of the garden from its top.

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5. Splash N Surf

2.5 /5

The Splash and Surf Water playground is located on the 3rd level of the Kallang Wave Mall and is the perfect refuge from the scorching sunlight and heat. It is a small but beautiful spot for young kids to enjoy the day and also a great way for adults to spend fun leisure time with family and friends!

6. Punggol Waterway Park

2.5 /5

Punggol Waterway Park is a large riverine park in Punggol covering around 12.25 hectares of area and is the perfect destination to spend some time away from the maddening rush of the bustling city that Singapore is. The multi-purpose park is set in the surroundings of serene lush greenery and the sight it genuinely breathtaking.

7. Rainforest Kidzworld

3.3 /5

Located within Singapore Zoo is the super fun playground for kids called Rainforest Kidzworld. It is truly a delight for children of all ages, offering a wide range of fun and interesting activities to keep them engaged and entertained. Specifically designed for kids, Kidzworld has a Wet Area playground with brightly-coloured, water flushed slides, tubes, sprayers and even a huge elephant head shaped bucket which regularly rains down water on the kids.

8. Wave House Sentosa

2.5 /5

Covering an area of 70,000 square feet, Wave House Sentosa is a sensational beachfront venue, located at Singapore's most happening beach. Featuring two music and beach bars, it is most popular in the global family of wave houses. As the name suggests, Wave House Sentosa is the place for those who want to experience high-adrenaline flowboarding on the world famous Double FlowRider and FlowBarrel wave rides.

9. East Coast Park

4.7 /5

With a sprawling area of 185 hectares and covering 15 kms of coastline, East Coast Park is a splendid beach park located in the southeastern part of Singapore. It is the largest park in Singapore and is built entirely on reclaimed land, the beach is a man-made one, where swimming is also possible. Bearing the theme of "recreation for all" this park caters to everyone's needs.

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